Big Joe Williams & Short Stuff Macon - Hell Bound & Heaven Sent album flac
Title: Hell Bound & Heaven Sent
Style: Country Blues, Delta Blues
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Big Joe Williams and Short Stuff Macon. Recorded on the night of May 18, 1964 after a small concert at Bard College, Hell Bound and Heaven Sent Blues documents two blues singers and guitar players, Big Joe Williams and John Wesley "Short Stuff" Macon, amidst a struggling tour with an uncertain future.
Album · 1966 · 12 Songs. 5. Big Legged Women, Keep Your Dresses Down. Short Stuff's Corrina. 7. Don't Leave Me Here. 8. You Rascal You. Big Joe Williams.
Joseph Lee Williams, billed throughout his career as Big Joe Williams, was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded such songs as "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama" for a variety of record labels, including Bluebird, Delmark, Okeh, Prestige and Vocalion.
Hell Bound and Heaven Sent Blues, 3m 10sec. Chat About Big Legged Women, Keep Your Dresses Down by Big Joe Williams and Short Stuff Macon.
Williams died December 17, 1982, in Macon, Mississippi. He was buried in a private cemetery outside Crawford, near the Lowndes County line. Hell Bound and Heaven Sent (1964), with John Wesley (Short Stuff) Macon.
Hell Bound & Heaven Sent 1 copy. Po' Joe by Big Joe Williams 1 copy. Big Joe Williams - Mississippi's Big Joe Williams and His Nine-Strin. copy. The Final Years 1 copy. Big Joe Williams and Sonny Boy Williamson 1 copy. Disambiguation notice.
Themes From William Blake's The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell is the fourth studio album by Norwegian experimental collective Ulver. Produced with Kristoffer Rygg, together with Knut Magne Valle and Tore Ylwizaker, it was issued on December 17, 1998 via Jester Records. It is a musical adaptation of William Blake's poem The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.
Cut at Gerdes Folk City in New York on February 26, 1962, this record shows Big Joe Williams in top late-era form, enjoying himself before an audience of mostly white college kids and beats.
|–Big Joe*||Night Cap Blues||2:55|
|–Short Stuff*||My Jack Don't Drink Water No More||4:00|
|–Big Joe*||Flour Dough Blues||2:45|
|–Short Stuff*||Hell-Bound Blues||2:25|
|–Big Joe*||Big Legged Women, Keep Your Dresses Down||3:10|
|–Short Stuff*||Short Stuff's Corinna||2:45|
|–Big Joe*||Don't Leave Me Here||3:54|
|–Big Joe*||You Rascal, You||1:05|
|–Short Stuff*||Messing With That Thing||2:16|
|–Big Joe*||Bumble Bee||4:12|
|–Big Joe*||If You Can't Fly||2:46|
|–Short Stuff*||Rock Road Bad Treatin'||2:18|
|FTS 31004||Big Joe Williams & Short Stuff Macon||Big Joe Williams & Short Stuff Macon - Hell Bound & Heaven Sent (LP, Album)||Folkways Records||FTS 31004||US||1968|
|FTS 31004, FT 1004||Big Joe Williams & Short Stuff Macon*||Big Joe Williams & Short Stuff Macon* - Hell Bound & Heaven Sent (LP, Album, Blu)||Folkways Records, Folkways Records||FTS 31004, FT 1004||US||1968|